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from saturday. in kansas, rick santorum easily won the caucaus with 51 percent. mitt romney had 21 percent and newt gingrich and ron paul rounding out the field. in wiom -- wioling, mitt romney first and newt gingrich last. including the three u.s. territories where mitt romney did well. here is the latest delegate count. mitt romney 454. santorum 217 and newt gingrich third and paul last. it takes 1144 delegates to clinch the nomination . joining us from birmingham, alabama, a man looking for a strong showing in the south newt gingrich, welcome back to "fox news sunday". >> guest: good to be be back. >> chris: the polls so a surprisingly close race. will you win both? >> guest: i think we will win both. we are campaigning aggressively. you start behind because of romney's money and length of time he's advertising. and you catch up with him when you are campaigning . we have great organizations in both states and in particular in alabama where senate majority leader put together a great state wide organization. i will be campaigning in birmingham and mississippi and campaigning in
with 51 rs. mitt romney had 21% and newt gingrich and ron paul rounding out the field. >> romney leads with 454, santorum has 217, gingrich is third and paul last. it takes 1144 delegates to clinch the nomination. joining us now from birmingham, alabama, the man looking for a strong showing in the south tuesday, newt gingrich. and mr. speaker, welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> good to be back with you. >> chris: the polls show a surprisingly close race tuesday in alabama and mississippi. question: are you going to win them both? >> i think we will win both. we are campaigning very aggressively in both states. as almost everywhere else, you start a little behind because of rom no's money and the length of time he's advertising. as you come pain, you catch up with him pretty rapidly. i think we are pulling ahead in both states. we have great organizations in both states, particular flee alabama, where the senate majority leader has put together a great statewide organization. i will be campaigning today in birmingham and in mississippi. and then we will be campaigning in the morning
romney 21 percent with newt gingrich and ron paul rounding out the field. in wyoming romney finished first with 44 percent followed by santorum at 27. paul was third and gingrich last. including the results for three u.s. territory saturday where romney did very well here is the latest delegate count. romney leads with 454, santorum has 217, gingrich is third and paul last. if takes 1144 delegates to clinch the nomination. the man looking for a strong showing in the south tuesday mr. gingrich. mr. speaker welcome back to fox news sunday. >> good to be back with you. >> the polls show a surprisingly close race tuesday in alabama and mississippi. question, are you going to win them both? >> i think we will win both. we are campaigning very aggressively in both states. as almost every where else you start a little bit behind because of romney's money and the length of time he's advertising, and as you campaign you catch up with him pretty rapidly. i think we are probably pulling ahead in both states right now. we have great organization in both states. in alabama where wagner just put t
santorum easily won the caucuses with 51%. mitt romney had 21% with newt gingrich and ron paul rounding out the field. in wyoming, romney finished first with 51% followed by santorum with 21%, paul was third and gingrich last. the results from three u.s. territories where romney did well, here's the latest delegate count. romney leads with 454, santorum has 217, gingrich is third, and paul last. it takes 1144 delegates to clinch the nomination. joining us now from birmingham, alabama, the man looking for a strong showing in the south tuesday, newt gingrich. mr. speaker, welcome back to "fox news sunday". >> good to be back with you. >> the polls show a surprisingly close race tuesday in alabama and mississippi. question. are you going to win them both? >> i think we'll win both. we're campaigning very aggressively in both states. as almost everywhere else, you start a little bit behind because of romney's money and the length of time he's advertising. then as you campaign, you catch up with him pretty rapidly. i think we're probably pulling ahead in both states now. we have great organizati
. now the results from saturday's republican primary in louisiana. rick santorum came on top . romney 25 percent. romney had 568 halfway to the 1144 needed for the nomination. now to the issues that will defoin the general election between president obama and who ever the republican nominee is. joining us here in the studio is president obama senior advisor david plouffe. welcome to the "fox news sunday". >> guest: thank you. >> chris: during the campaign president obama blamed president bush for the rise of gas prices. let's watch. >> here in ohio you are paying 3.70 for gas because it went down in the last couple of we thinks. two and half times what it costs when george bush took office. >> chris: using that logic how responsible is president obama now for the gas prices since he took office. >> guest: we have gone through it every year. it is more pronounced in the last few years because of increase from china and india. the president said we have to produce oil and natural gas here in this country. production is at an eight year high . triple the rigs in the fields as when the presi
santorum came out on top with 49%. mitt romney was second with 27% and newt gingrich and ron paul rounded out the field. a look at the updated delegate count shows romney with 568 delegates. almost halfway to the 1144 needed for the nomination. let's turn to the issues that will define the general election between president obama and whoever the republican nominee is. joining us here in studio is president obama's senior advisor david plouffe. and mr. plouffe, welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thanks for having me, chris. >> chris: barack obama blamed president bush for the rise in gas prices on his watch. let's watch. >> here in ohio you're paying nearly $3.70 a gallon for gas and that is because it has gone down over the last couple of weeks. two and a half times what it cost when george bush took office. how responsible is president obama now for gas prices more than doubling since he took office? >> the point is, chris, as you see we have gone through these just about every year now. in some respects dealing with this for decades. gotten more pronounced as you see increased demand
>> bret: i am bret baier in for chris wallace. mitt romney looks to lock up the nomination. but many key tests remain. we'll talk with the gop front runner about the edge and get insight to do his policy solutions for america. mitt romney, a "fox news sunday" exclusive. then actor george clooney brings awareness of a war-torn region and he opens up about what he saw in sudan and how people need help. chris wallace sits down with george cleann. and the preponderance and vice-president hit the campaign trail hard. we ask our panelist if the timing is right for the white house to wrapp up election efforts. and how the candidates are looking for delegates. all now on "fox news sunday". hello, again, from fox news in washington. it is a busy campaign weekend, missouri continues the process of select being delegates and puerto rico votes on tuesday. -- today. joining us is mitt romney. governor, welcome back to "fox news sunday". >> guest: thanks, bret, good to be with you. >> bret: tensions in the u.s. and afghanistan are high at this point. afghan president karzai accused the u
santorum came out on top with 39 percent mitt romney second place with 27 percent and gingrich and paul rounds out the field. louisiana shows 568 delegates halfway needed for the nomination. now let's turn to some of the issues that will define the general election between president obama and whoever the republican nominee is. joining us here in studio is president obama's senior advisor david plouffe. >> during the 2008 campaign, barack obama blamed president bush for the rise in gas prices on his watch. let's watch. >> you know how it is nearly 3. 3.70 a gallon for gas because it has gone down, two and a half times it costs when george bush took office. >> using that logic how responsible is president obama now for gas prices more than doubling since he took office? >> we have gone through this just about every year now. we have been doing this for decades. you see it increase tri annually. we have to do everything we can here to produce oil, natural gas here in this country. we are doing that. production is at an 8 year high, triple the rateses in the field. that's only part of the a
saturday and here are the results. mitt romney won with 38%. ron paul second at 25%. rick santorum was close behind at 24. newt gingrich was last. on tuesday, ten states are up with more delegates at state than all of the contests combined up until now. joining us from tennessee one of the states that votes on super tuesday is former senator rick santorum and senator, welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thank you, chris. good to be with you. >> chris: good to be with you, sir. ohio is generally agreed the biggest prize on super tuesday and would seem to be tailor made for you. bleblue collar, manufacturing, lots of rural areas. big evangelical vote. don't you have to win there, sir? >> we will do well, there, i believe that. it is a a tough state for us only because of the fact that with the money disadvantage. but we have got a great grass roots campaign. we are hanging in there and we feel very confident that we are going to do well. as you know, it is always harder when you have got two conservative candidates out there running in the race as we have seen in washington and we
caucaus on saturday. mitt romney won 38 percent. ron paul 25 percent. and rick santorum was chose behind at 24 . newt gingrich was last. on tuesday 10 states are up with more delegates at take than all contests combined up to now. joining us from tennessee is former senator rick santorum. welcome back to "fox news sunday". >> guest: thank you, chris, good to be with you. >> chris: good to be with you, sir. ohio is the biggest prize on tuesday and it seems tailor made for you. blue collar and manufacturing and lots of rural areas and big evangelical vote. don't you have to win there, sir? >> guest: we are going to do very, very well there. it is a tough state because of the fact money disadvantage, but we have a great grass roots campaign and we are hanging in there and we feel confident that woo - we will do well it is harder when you have two conservative candidates running in the race as we have seen in washington and the other states . we have the anti-romney vote if you will. both newt gingrich and i are slugging away. we need to show that we are the best candate to go head-to-head a
>> i'm bret baier in for chris wallace. mitt romoc >> mitt romney looks to lock up the republican presidential nomination. but many key tests remain. we'll talk with the front runner about the primary edge. >> about how people there need help. chris wallace sits down with george clooney. also, the president and vice-president both hit the campaign trail hard. we will ask our sunday panel if the time is right to ramp up the re-election avert eves and how the canned days are scrambling for delegates on the trail. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> it's a busy campaign weekend, missouri continues to select the delegates. puerto rico votes today. then on tuesday, all eyes will be on illinois. joining us from moline, to talk about where the race stands is mitt romney, governor, welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thanks, bret. >> let's start with afghanistan, tensions between the u.s. and afghanistan appear to be very high. president hamid karzai has accused the u.s. of stonewalling the investigation into killing 16 civilians and suggested there might be more than one shooter. he
queen mattresses start at just $699. >> i'm bret baier in for chris wallace. mitt romney looks to lock up the republican presidential nomination. but many key tests remain. we'll talk with the gop front runner about the primary's end and get into his policy solutions for america. mitt romney, a fox news sunday exclusive. then actor george clooney brings awareness of a war torn region to washington. he opens up about what he saw along the border of sudan and south sudan and about how people there need help. chris wallace sits down with george clooney and john prendergast. the president and vice president both hit the campaign trail hard. we'll ask our sunday panel if the timing is right for the white house to ramp up reelection efforts. and we'll take a look at how the candidates are scrambling for delegates on the trail. all right now on fox news sunday hello again from fox news in washington. it's another busy campaign weekend. puerto rico votes today. then on tuesday, all eyes will be on illinois. joining us from moline to talk about where the race stands now is mitt romney. governor
for the gop nomination. yesterday santorum crushed romney in kansas. romney returned the favor in wyoming. still advantage romney going into tuesday's big southern primaries. where newt gingrich is making what might be his last stand where romney is again showing surprising strength. i will have the latest polls there in five minutes. plus we are used to high profile ugly celebrity divorces but what's happening between christie brinkley and peter cook is a real roll in the mud. we will have the exclusive with the embattled ex-husband later in the show. crime time in prime time alert. fascination here in new york with a big time busted brothel with the list of johns and arrest of anna christina an alleged madam who is being held on $2 million bail. 2 million is much more than the most abused murderer gets around these parts of the world. why the huge pail? what do we know about her customers? how did she operate in plain sight for so long. we hear from bo deedle. the former madam shared her black book with anna drooins. >> the unassuming building on manhattan's upper east side where soccer
are on super tuesday, washington state held its caucuses saturday. here are the results. mitt romney won with 38%. ron paul was second at 25%. rick santorum had 24. and newt gingrich was last. on tuesday, 10 states are up with more delegates at stake than all contests combined until now. joining us from tennessee is former senator rick santorum. senator, welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thank you. good to be with you. >> chris: good to be with you. ohio it is agreed, is the biggest prize on super tuesday t. would seem to be tailor made for you -- blue collar, manufacturing, lots of rural areas, big evangelical vote. don't you have to win there, sir? >> we are going to do very, very well there. i believe that. it's a tough state for us, only because of the -- you know, the fact that the money disadvantage. but we have a great grassroots campaign. we are hanging in there. we feel very confident that we are going to do well. as you know, it's always harder when have you two conservative candidates running in the race, as we have seen in washington and some of the other states. we have,
>> this is a fox news alert. puerto rico has voted and mitt romney crushed rick santorum in the republican primary in the caribbean winning over 80 percent of the vote and earning all 20 of the delegates at stake in the u.s. territory that incidentally will vote in november on whether it wants to be a state in the union. here is governor romney an hour ago already in illinois which holds it's primary on tuesday. >> thank you to the people of puerto rico. thank you to governor fortuno and lusa his wife. thank you to all of the people who helped us get this extraordinary victory. 20 delegates, all of the delegates are ours. good news. thank you. >> you will hear from puerto rico go's governor who through his support to mitt romney early on and he is the gop frontrunner tonight. >>> the 38-year-old robert bails accused of perpetrating the massacre in afghanistan is sitting tonight in an isolation cell in fort lev enworth skansa even as john brown his civil defense attorney arrived in kansas trying to get sympathy for bales. he slaughtered 4 men three women and 9 children and
on jobs. mitt romney will face reaction from three ohioans affected seriously from the economic collapse. michael mcearly, kevin mccain and devon largin. they live where the friendliest people on earth live. i love wilmington. what a nice nice community. clean, hole some town. it's been a delight to be here. mike, you live in this community i am going to let you have the first question for governor romney. >> governor romney. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> unfortunately the other panel member dave and i have something in common. i lost my son in iraq in 2003. and i have a lot of family members that also served. you say you won't cut benefits for any of those heros returning. will you increase them and if so, how? >> michael, first let me express my respect and admiration for you and your family and for the sacrifice of your son. it is something one can image but not really feel like i know your family feels it. and i appreciate that sacrifice. >> thank you. >> no greater sacrifice for no greater country. thank you, we have a debt of gratitude for those who serve this country.
the candidate forum >> huckabee: welcome back to form 3 on jobs. governor romney took questions from our panel of experts. now he'll face reaction from three ohioans who have been affected seriously by the economic collapse. michael, tammy and devon, each of whom live in this beautiful area where some of the friendliest people on earth live. i got to tell you, i love wilmington. what a nice, nice community. great people, a clean and wholesome town. it's been a delight to be here. let's get to questions. mike, you live in this community. i'm going to let you have the first question for governor romney. >> thank you. governor romney, thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> unfortunately, the other panel member, dave and i have something in common. i lost my son in iraq in 2003. and i have a lot of family members that also served and you say you won't cut benefits for any of these heros returning. will you increase them? and if so, how? >> michael, first let me express my respect and admiration for you and for your family and for the sacrifice of your son. >> thank you. >> it is
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